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Feds taking first steps toward revising race, ethnic terms

By Mike Schneider, Associated Press The federal government is taking preliminary steps toward revising racial and ethnic classifications that have not been changed in a...
Former first lady Michelle Obama

H.E.R, J.Lo, Curry Join Michelle Obama’s Voter Campaign

NBA player Steph Curry and musical artists H.E.R. and Jennifer Lopez are among celebrities who have joined a national nonpartisan voting initiative launched by...

Cedric Richmond Issues Blistering Voting Rights Attack Against GOP, Trump

White House Senior Advisor Cedric Richmond, who served as Louisiana’s representative in the U.S. House for a decade before assuming his current role as...

No Matter the Vote: We Can’t Wait

By Dr. John E. Warren, Publisher, The San Diego Voice & Viewpoint By the time most of us read this, the United States Senate would...

States diverge on police reforms after George Floyd killing

By Colleen Slevin, Associated Press Maryland repealed its half-century-old Law Enforcement Officers Bill of Rights. Washington state reformed use-of-force policies and created a new agency...